Policies & procedures
Board of Queensland Museum Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct outlines the obligations which reflect community expectations of the Board of Queensland Museum. The Code also includes the Registration of Personal Interests Form and the Conflict of Interest Declaration.
Board of Queensland Museum Code of Conduct (135 KB)
Queensland Museum Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct provides general standards of work performance and ethical conduct expected of all staff in handling conflicts of interest, official duties and public comments.
Code of Conduct (453 KB)
Community Access Exhibitions
Community groups are invited to contact us to discuss hosting a special display to highlight their group's activities. For more information and guidelines, please read our Community Access Exhibition Policy.
Community Access Exhibitions Policy (71 KB)
Conditions of Entry
The Conditions of Entry policy applies to all visitors to all Queensland Museum sites.
Conditions of Entry Policy (88 KB)
Queensland Museum Animal Ethics Committee, Terms of Reference
Animal Ethics Committee Terms of Reference (53 KB)
Policies and Procedures
Queensland Museum maintains a comprehensive list of policies and procedures to govern its operation in accordance with legislated requirements. A list of Policies, Procedures & Guidelines can be located in the Governance Manual (see How we make decisions).
Public Interest Disclosures (PID’s) are complaints regarding substantial and specific matters such as official misconduct, maladministration, misuse of resources or danger to public safety, health and the environment and to people with a disability. The QM PID policy and procedures aim to support and maintain the high standards of professional and ethical conduct at QM and assist employees and the public to understand their rights and responsibilities in reporting fraudulent or corrupt behaviour or making a PID under the Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 (Qld);
The policy and procedures document outlines how to lodge a PID, the protection of persons who make a PID (discloser) or those who are the subject of a PID. This policy applies to all QM employees and volunteers but is also useful for a member of the public making a PID to the Museum under the Act.
Queensland Museum Public Interest Disclosure Procedures (161 KB)
The Policy and Procedure document includes a template complaint form that can be used for lodging a PID. The form can be submitted to Paul Willett, Director of Corporate Services and Business Development (firstname.lastname@example.org).